Stunning Early Spring Flowers Every Gardener Needs to Know About



These spring flowers bring an array of colors to gardens. From crocuses to Grecian windflowers, these plants thrive in various USDA zones and offer diverse options for gardeners.

Let’s explore 13 stunning bulbous and corm flowers that will brighten your garden in the early spring.

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Bulbous & Corm Spring flowers

Crocus USDA Zones: 3-8

Crocus plants grow up to 6 inches tall and bloom first in spring. They come in colors like purple, white, yellow, and striped. These flowers are great for lawns or rock gardens.

Snowdrop (Galanthus) USDA Zones: 3-7

Snowdrops grow 3-6 inches tall and have white flowers. They bloom even before the snow melts. These flowers fit well in woods, borders, or natural spots.

Winter Aconite (Eranthis) USDA Zones: 4-7

Winter Aconites grow 3-4 inches tall and have bright yellow flowers. They bloom early in spring and look like a carpet. They are perfect for wooded areas and dark soil. 

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